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     rethink possible. >>> so what in a sense you're saying is that there are certain situations, the houston plan, that part of it was one of them, where the president can decide that it's in the best interest of the nation or something and do something illegal? >> well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal. >> by definition? >> exactly.
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     atorney general will be belligerent against the loan sharks and racketeers that rob the urban poor in our cities. i pledge to you the new attorney general will open a new front against the narcotics sellers who are threatening the lives of our children in this country. [applause] mr. nixon: because my friends, let this message come through clear from what i say tonight. time is running out for the merchants of crime and corruption in american society. not goingf crime is to be the wave of the future in the united states of america. [applause] we shall reestablish freedom from the air in america so that america can take the lead in reestablishing freedom from fear in the world. to those who say law and order is the code word for racism,
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     pride and gratification, yet one cannot help but reflect the deep sadness that we feel over the troubles which have erupted and the violence which have erupted regrettably and tragically in the streets of this great city. and for the personal injuries which have occurred. [applause] hubert humphrey: surely, we have now learned the lessons that violence breeds counter violence , and it cannot be condoned of whatever the source. [applause]
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     continue an undemocratic war. >> a scene of wild disorder on this, the night of the presidential nomination to this democratic convention. >> it was a police riot. i had never seen that before in my life. i had never seen groups of uniformed policemen going after civilians. there were pools of blood on michigan avenue. >> the whole world is watching. >> with george mcgovern as president of the united states, we wouldn't have to have gestapo tactics in the streets of chicago. [ cheers and applause ]
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     be clear by now to everyone. i hope that no american -- i hope that no american, considering the really critical issues facing this country, will waste his franchise and throw away his vote by voting either for me or against me because of my religious affiliation. it is not relevant. i am telling you what you are entitled to know: as i come before you seeking your support for the most powerful office in the free world -- i am saying to you that my decisions on every public policy will be my own, as an american, as a democrat, and as a free man.
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     iowa, next week on book tv. >> extremism and advance of liberty is no vice. [applause] thank you. thank you. and let me remind you also that moderation and the pursuit of
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     law and order. our convention occurs at a moment of crisis for our nation. the attacks on our police and the terrorism of our cities threaten our very way of life. any politician who does not grasp this danger is not fit to lead our country. americans watching this address tonight have seen the recent images of violence in our streets and the chaos in our communities. many have
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     don't want to settle it. probably i should but i don't want to because i give them a great soundbite. but -- and i don't settle cases. you know chance? when you settle lawsuits, everybody sues you. i don't get sued because i don't settle cases, i win in court. >> what about the independent bid? are you keeping that option open if the republican party keeps attacking you? >> i signed a letter with the rnc and i said i want to do this as a republican, the pledge, as they call it but i'm not being treated the right way. i'm not being treated properly. i brought in millions and millions of people to the republican party and they're going to throw them away. whether i ran as an independent or not, those people will go out and vote. >> donald -- >> mika, they didn't vote for romney last time. they didn't exist because they were democrats and independents but they didn't vote for romney. the republicans didn't vote for romney last time. >> talk about a big tent.
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     steve schmidt, what do you think? >> it made me think about donald trump going after jeb bush as low energy. now we know what his version of high energy is. >> gene robinson? >> i am just wondering -- i was asking during the speech, does he have like a church? do people actually go there? i've heard a lot of fire and brimstone speeches -- >> you're from south carolina. to hear that every sunday would be a whole lot. >> that's a lot of energy. >> i feel watching that speech i had a little workout. i feel like just trying to keep up with getting to the end of the sentence, my core is stronger. >> i agree. i think you speak for all of us. let's go to a break. we'll be back. i think we're going to towel off.
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     true. it's like going to a beyonce concert and holding up a sign that says beyonce is talented. yes. she is. right?
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     true. it's like going to a beyonce concert and holding up a sign that says beyonce is talented. yes. she is. right?
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     facial scars after having been treated for same skin cancers. a new study follows patients with at least two previous bouts of skin cancer. one was given a group for one year and the other a placebo. the group taking the vitamin had 23% reduction in skin cancer recurance. dr. jessica krants. >> i am excited about this study. it looks like patients who have a history of skin cancers will be able to take a regular vitamin from the drugstore and reduce the risk of future skin cancers. >> what good is it if it is not totally preventing? >> some have up to 100 skin cancers a year. for those patients who reduce by 25% the number of lesions they are having surgery for or having other treatments for is very significant. >> those numbers are just stunning. how could this change the strategy of protecting people
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     volunteers, experts at a craft, teach them skills like crocheting. >> it's fun. you get to learn how to make stuff, like wallets and purses. >> we build things, make things, paint. sometimes we can take down homes. >> reporter: the school received a $60,000 grant from the next generation learning challenge to create this makerspace. >> i'm making paperclip jewelry. i have to finish this necklace. >> reporter: they use their imaginations and creativity to make a product. >> they have a lot of ownership and a lot of excitement about what they're building and they come with these amazing ideas. >> i think about it like fun because every day i come here feel like i want to make something like cool. >> reporter: at the end of the year, the school will hold a makers fair where their creations will be on display. >> i'm really excited to see students being able to use l.e.d., circuits and textile crafts and fiber art and whatever they have learned in the course of their time here.
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     looking day to day, few more cloud moving in tomorrow. >> later in the week that sound more like july. >>> women from philadelphia, celebrate aid milestone birthday today. geraldine smith celebrated 100 years of life this afternoon at springfield country club right there in delaware county. she was born in philadelphia in 1916 and was first in her family to graduate from upper darby high school. family and friend called her ger i. she enjoys sewing her own close and being an active member of her church. all of us here at "action news" happy birthday geraldine. >>> world news saturday next up on channel six. don't miss "action news" at ten on phl17 tonight. then we're back here again on six abc at 11:00. >>> for melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. we will see you right back here at 11:00 o'clock. >> ♪
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     >> we had a case where we had an african-american guy who is a fan of mine. great fan. great guy. in fact, i want to find out what's going on with him. you know what i'm -- look at my african-american over here, look at him. >> jimmy: anyway, glad you're here. tell all the other african-americans i said hello. all right, will you please? [ applause ] thank you for doing that. we actually have footage of trump's staff when they found out he has an african-american supporter. >> we got one! [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's right, there you go. [ laughter ] this is pretty cool. did you see this today? this is very exciting. google's new artificial intelligence project, magenta, just released its first ever song created entirely by a a computer. so, no humans were involved in making this song. it's all a.i. this is real. this is a real song. here's an audio clip. this is amazing. ♪
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     don't stay home in november. if you love our country and love your children as much as i know that you do, stand and speak and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful
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     >>reporter: in fact, by big money. >> on the pro airbnb side you have gavin newsom and ed lee doing commercials day after day in a well funded campaign communicating directly to the voters that's how you win campaigns on california.
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     yoplait welcome to the hotel san francisco. ♪ livin' it up at the hotel san francisco ♪ tourists can check in any time they like, because we're being forced to leave. illegal airbnb hotels are evicting thousands of san franciscans from their homes and causing rents to skyrocket. prop f will crack down on illegal airbnb hotels and hold corporations accountable with common-sense rules. vote yes on f before we all get checked out of san francisco. open!
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     terrifyiterrif terrifying encounter. the little boy in the enclosure with the gorilla, until zoo officials shot the animal to save the child. tonight, the prosecutor now revealing his findings, saying that mother was not unlike others. abc's alex perez in cincinnati. >> reporter: after reviewing evidence including that nerve-wracking video, tonight, cincinnati authorities say no charges for the 3-year-old boy's mom. >> she was being attentive to her children. >> reporter: authorities revealing the mother was at the zoo with the boy's three young sisters, and when she briefly turned away from him to take care of another child, he slipped away. the memorial day weekend incident, sparking public outcry against the mom. >> if anyone doesn't believe a 3-year-old can scamper off very quickly, they've never had kids. >> reporter: after climbing over the three-foot barrier and falling 15 feet into the exhibit -- >> my son fell in with gorilla, there is a male gorilla standing over him. i need someone to contact the zoo, please. >> reporter: -- he ended up face
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     floor tonight? >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are miliani donni, alyssa shleiger and bob mcmichael. come on down on and get ready to dance your hats, and/or gloves off. "dance your hat and gloves off" is a registered trademark of the jimmy fallon corporation. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: looks like a fine, fine dance crew we've got here tonight. what's your name, where you from? >> i'm miliani from pennsylvania. >> jimmy: very good. >> alyssa shleiger, from minnesota. >> bob mcmichael from pennsylvania. >> jimmy: very good, all right, good man. you guys ready to bust a move out there? cut some rug, shake your things? >> yes. >> you betcha. >> can't wait. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: neither can we. neither can we. [ laughter ] all right. let's bring out the hats. let's bring out the gloves. here they come. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] oh, there they are. beautiful, gorgeous. just in time for the holidays. fabulous. festive. let's put them on right now. here we go.
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     understood that alternating economical ande more effective and could be transferred over great distances at a far, far less cost, but in a lot ofrest other areas of physics and eventually, hed .omes to colorado in 1899 jessica: this exhibition explores some of the ideas that tesla was exploring during his career, through some historical information and reproduction photographs, and that also that mayrtist projects be had some of the same scientific or creative territory. one of the things we found interesting to explore the exhibition is the artistic
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     was wrong with the water, the school should have been closed down. >> reporter: 17,000 students are being offered free blood tests. >> we are putting lead inre our bodies. >> hoping the kids will be all right. >> reporter: they released data that showed lead levels were at or over the federal limit in 12% of samples dating back to 2012. the new school super continue dent perintendent is demanding tests at each of the 67 schools. what do you say to concerned parents? >> i understand that sentiment. you are more likely to get inappropriate levels of lead from a chip of paint that has lead or dust that has lead in homes. >> reporter: the dad ta data shows it is nowhere near as high as flint. that still doesn't give them peace of mind. >> where are you? with all of this going on, christie? >> reporter: he says situation but
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     believes he can win and then are the so-called super delegates, party leaders and elected officials. right now overwhelmingly will clinton, putting her far ahead in the overall delegate count. >> to keep pace with hillary clinton bernie sanders wouldn't have to just win the primaries, he'd have to dominate her in a lot of them. >> reporter: clinton campaign keeping up the pressure, criticizing sanders' record on guns and releasing a new video focused on the flint water crisis. >> immediate instinct is what can i do to make it bet sneer not taking any risks after gettin bernded earlier in the race. sanders rallying some of his most fervent supporters at the university of massachusetts amherst but there's a looming problem even there. many of mows college kids are going to be heading out on spring break just as march voting gets started. lester. >> thank you. >>> there's high drama tonight in springfield, massachusetts where bills couldly's wife camille was forced to testify in a lawsuit husband's accusers. someone of several
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     toxic water crisis in flint, but it could take months or years to restore safe drinking water for the city. today outraged residents gathered on the steps of city hall furious that they are still getting bills for lead-contaminated water service. from alabama. meet a 2-year-old bloodhound. while much of the country was bundled up this weekend, she was out running free after escaping from her backyard. she took off and somehow found her way into a half marathon being run nearby. she ran the entire way and here's the kicker. she finished seventh with a time of 1:32, even has a medal to prove it. >>> when we come back, how the super bowl showdown between cam and peyton is already making history. guys, it's just the two of you. the setting is just right. there's something in the air. but here's the thing: about half of men over 40 have some degree of erectile dysfunction. well, viagra helps guys with ed get and keep an erection. ask your doctor if your heart
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     city of flint grows. he is set to give the state of the street speech on the heels of the president declaring a federal emergency there. thousands of children exposed to lead after a cost-saving measure contaminated the city's water. >>> now to the scandal in the tennis world as one of the biggest tournaments gets underway. a bombshell report into widespread corruption into the game alleging some players are fixing matches to profit from the outcome. mi9.guelwelmaguer has details. >> reporter: with the australian open underway, the biggest names in tennis are here just as one of the sports biggest scandals is playing out. buzzfeed and he bbc reporting today tennis officials have failed to deal with widespread corruption. saying at least 16 players all ranked in the top 50 have fixed matches, losing for money. >> this is a problem across the depth and breath of the game. happening at all levels.
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     city of flint grows. he is set to give the state of the street speech on the heels of the president declaring a federal emergency there. thousands of children exposed to lead after a cost-saving measure contaminated the city's water. >>> now to the scandal in the tennis world as one of the biggest tournaments gets underway. a bombshell report into widespread corruption into the game alleging some players are fixing matches to profit from the outcome. mi9.guelwelmaguer has details. >> reporter: with the australian open underway, the biggest names in tennis are here just as one of the sports biggest scandals is playing out. buzzfeed and he bbc reporting today tennis officials have failed to deal with widespread corruption. saying at least 16 players all ranked in the top 50 have fixed matches, losing for money. >> this is a problem across the depth and breath of the game. happening at all levels.